If you’re feeling the harsh heat of summer, your car is feeling it, too. And what do you think happens when evaporation from hood heat leads to the water level in your car battery to decrease over time? Your car battery ends up with internal damage which causes it to fail before it reaches the end of its lifespan.
Every car battery has a lifespan. The typical car battery will last about 2 to 5 years; however, some people find themselves changing their car batteries much sooner than that. While car batteries do have a fixed calendar life, there are ways for you to prevent them from dying earlier than they should. Here are 8 tips on how to extend the life of your car battery.
Ah, car music. Where would we be without it? When we’re stuck in traffic or on a long road trip, enjoying good beats is a godsend. It all started with the humble car radio in the 1930s. Today, car audio systems deliver sounds that are several notches higher in quality than early radios. You might think that only audiophiles care about sound system upgrades. But have you really listened to your car stereo? Try this: crank up the volume (but not to ear-shattering levels) and listen carefully.